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Entire Biology Summary for Exam 2

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Covers all topics from week 6-12 that will be tested on. Audition, memory, psychopsthology etc

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Neuroscience Nervous system Biology Sleep disorders Limbic system Electroencephalography Olfactory system Rapid eye movement sleep Sleep Slow-wave sleep Olfactory bulb Hippocampus
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Neuroscience Nervous system Biology Sleep disorders Limbic system Electroencephalography Olfactory system Rapid eye movement sleep Sleep Slow-wave sleep Olfactory bulb Hippocampus
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• In animals it helps species to track prey, detect predators and identify friends, foes and receptive mates. • In humans, it is specialised for identifying things, identifying food and avoiding food that is spoiled and also has an ability to evoke memories that have occurred in the past. • Olfaction can also help us detect danger and sexual attraction. • In order for smell to be picked up it has to: o Volatile (vaporizable). o Must be water and fatty (lipid) soluble. Disorders of the olfactory system (Paolini, 2016):: • Schizophrenia • Parkinson’s disease • Alzheimer’s disease • Huntington’s disease • Head trauma. Interesting facts about olfaction (Paolini, 2016): • Sense of smell is one of two chemical senses, and uses chemoreceptors to detect molecules in...
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